How Bart Ehrman turns differences into contradictions

This was a good post from Erik Manning. I’ve long wanted to write something along the same lines. Now I don’t have to! Many skeptics will claim that the Bible contains “contradictions,” but their examples are usually just “differences.” In case you didn’t know, a “difference” and a “contradiction” are not the same thing.

How Bart Ehrman turns differences into contradictions

Published by Haden Clark

Haden lives in North Texas with his wife, daughter, and three dogs.

One thought on “How Bart Ehrman turns differences into contradictions

  1. Ah ys. I remember going to one of his lectures. He spent forever on why the Gospel of Thomas doesn’t belong. Great criteria. Then he quickly summarized a new set of criteria for why half the Gospels don’t belong with Mark, then ended the lecture before elaborating.

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